Is LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) a "Cure All?"

Autoimmune Problems
Posted by David (Huntington Beach, Ca) on 02/21/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I have posted here before and am a Chiropractor for thirty years. In researching a cure for a friend I stumbled across LDN or low dose naltrexone.

Apparently it has had almost miraculous results with autoimmune diseases like lupus, MS, fibromyalgia, Hashimoto's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, also neuro-degenerative conditions like Parkinsons, ALS and others.

I am following up on it and will have some of my autoimmune patients look into it and begin using it. In the meantime, here are some important links to begin to look into it for yourself.

The short version of it is it's an off patent medication (so very cheap) that is very safe and taking in very small doses so that a month's worth of it is under $40.00 USD.

As a Chiropractor, I don't usually recommend medication, but it is so safe and such a low dose, with such AMAZING results being reported (since the mid 1980s) that I am very excited about its potential benefits.

This is a great place to start. 7 10--The Faces of Low Dose Naltrexone.pdf

This is a wonderful free e-book with many text links to more information.

Let's start to spread the word on this on EarthClinic and if its anything close to what is being said about it, it will be WONDERFUL!


David in HB